Lacrosse Onalaska SSA Plan 2013 - 2035

Purpose

The La Crosse Sewer Service Area Water Quality Management Plan 2013 - 2035 ("the Sewer Service Area Plan") is an update to the La Crosse Sewer Service Area Water Quality Management Plan 1999- 2020 which was completed in 1999 by the Mississippi River Regional Planning Commission, with input from the Department of Natural Resources, the La Crosse Area Planning Committee and the La Crosse Area Planning Committee's Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).

Objective

The La Crosse Sewer Service Area Water Quality Management Plan 1999-2020 was approved by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in September, 1999. The 1999 plan has been used for regulating sewer service within the La Crosse Sewer Service Area. In 2009 the City of La Crescent, Minnesota area was added to the Sewer Service Area.

Outcome

The municipalities most directly impacted by the Sewer Service Area Plan are those that contribute sewage to the La Crosse Wastewater Treatment Plant, including the Cities of La Crosse, La Crescent and Onalaska, and the Towns of Campbell and Town of Shelby. The Towns of Onalaska, Medary, and Hamilton are also impacted by this plan since parts of these towns are included within the La Crosse Sewer Service Area Boundary.

QA Measures

Run Project Summary Report

Watershed Planning
Sewer Service Area Plans
Lacrosse Onalaska SSA Plan
2015
Complete
 
Reports and Documents
LaCrosse SSA Plan (LO-0001) Amendment (11_2006)
LaCrosse SSA Plan (2013 - 2035)
LaCrosse River (1650200)
LaCrosse SSA Plan (LO-0002) Amendment (3_2013)
LaCrosse SSA Plan May 1990_2020 (original)
 
Activities & Recommendations
Sewer Service Area Planning
The La Crosse Sewer Service Area Water Quality Management Plan 2013 - 2035 ("the Sewer Service Area Plan") is an update to the La Crosse Sewer Service Area Water Quality Management Plan 1999- 2020 which was completed in 1999 by the Mississippi River Regional Planning Commission, with input from the Department of Natural Resources, the La Crosse Area Planning Committee and the La Crosse Area Planning Committee's Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).
 
Waters